Five Little Johnson Girls - The Stonemans.
Stonemans' Country (Album). The Five Little Johnson Girls (Single).
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Those Singin' Swingin' Stompin' Sensational Stonemans. The Five Little Johnson Girls". 21. - Stoneman's Country. Back to Nashville, Tennessee". 40. - "West Canterbury Subdivision Blues".
The Five Little Johnson Girls (1966) Stereo Audio - The Stonemans. Reached on the Country charts. Released as a single in 1966 in the US as the flip side of "The 5 little Johnson girls", this reached number 40 in its own right on the country charts (the A side got. The Stoneman Family on The Jimmy Dean Show.
The Stoneman Family (or the Stonemans) ranked among country music's most famous family bands, and were closely associated with their legendary father, Ernest "Pop" Stoneman, who played with them for a number of years. The following year, they made it past the Top 30 with "The Five Little Johnson Girls. Following Pop Stoneman's death in 1968, Patsy Stoneman joined the band. In 1968, they had their final chart hit with "Christopher Robin," which only reached the Top 50.
The Johnson Girls are an all-female a-cappella song group based in New York City. They specialize in maritime music and perform songs from a melange of cultures including the United States, Britain, Ireland, Italy and French-Canada. Named after a traditional African-American sea shanty (maritime work song), "The Johnson Girls," they formed as a quintet in 1997. The original members were Joy Bennett, Maggie Bye, Alison Kelley, Bonnie Milner, and Dierdre Murtha .
The Stonemans - The Five Little Johnson Girls MP3 version. 1254 downloads at 33 mb/s. A. The Five Little Johnson Girls. B. Goin' Back To Bowling Green.
Oh the trees have all growed up that lead around the hill The fences have all gone to decay And the creeks have all dried up where we used to go to mill And things have changed their course another way. Oh I ain't got long to stay here what little time I've got I want to rest content wile I remain 'Til death shall call this dog and me to find a better home And a little old log cabin in the lane. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane" Track Info. Little Old Log Cabin In The Lane Lyrics.
Falling on hard times during the Depression, the Stonemans and their nine surviving children moved to the Washington, . area in 1932 after losing their home and most of their possessions. There they had four more children and struggled through dire poverty, with Stoneman taking whatever work he could find and trying to revive his musical career. Those Singin' Swingin' Stompin' Sensational Stonemans.
|A||The Five Little Johnson Girls||2:36|
|B||Goin' Back To Bowling Green||1:45|
- Record Company – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc.
- Published By – Jack Music
- Producer – Jack Clement
- Written-By – Clement*
NotesM-G-M Special Disc Jockey Record. Not for sale.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side matrix code - runout): K-13557 N-50052 1
- Matrix / Runout (B side matrix code - runout): K-13557 N-50053
- Rights Society: BMI
|K 13557||The Stonemans||The Five Little Johnson Girls (7", Single)||MGM Records||K 13557||US||1966|
|13557X||The Stonemans||The Five Little Johnson Girls (7", Single)||MGM Records||13557X||Canada||1966|
|K-13557||The Stonemans||The Five Little Johnson Girls (7", Single)||MGM Records||K-13557||US||Unknown|
|K13557||The Stonemans||The Five Little Johnson Girls (7")||MGM Records||K13557||US||1967|
|K13557||The Stonemans||The Five Little Johnson Girls (7", Lab)||MGM Records||K13557||US||1967|
Performer: The Stonemans
Title: The Five Little Johnson Girls
Date of release: 1966
Genre: Folk music
Size MP3: 1360 mb
Size FLAC: 1642 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: MPC AU MP2 APE DXD AC3 AIFF